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    Today, 06:40 PM
    They like laws. They like other people being restricted and they like having more laws to break.
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    Today, 06:37 PM
    The ongoing recession in the global auto market has undoubtedly been lead by China - and if November's trends are any indication, the entire industry could be setting up for an ugly 2020. Sales of sedans in China fell 4.2% in November to 1.97 million units, according to the CPCA on Monday. This marks the 17th decline in the last 18 months and all but ensures that China will see a second straight annual drop for its auto market, according to Bloomberg. Last year was the first time the market shrunk in decades, with ripple effects extending to places like Europe, Latin America and the rest of Asia. The industry has faced headwinds in the ongoing trade war, in addition to an overstretched consumer and ride-hailing and car-sharing services. Areas outside of China's big cities suffered the most, as a slowing economy kept consumers out of the showrooms that sold cheaper local brands. Experts are predicting consolidation in the industry as a result. Some brands, like Suzuki and PSA Group, have pulled out of China (or are in the process of selling stakes).
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    Today, 06:28 PM
    Saudi Arabia’s government itself sank nearly US$2.3 billion in the record-beating initial public offering of the Kingdom’s oil giant Aramco, according to one of the lead managers of the deal, which was aimed at attracting fresh funds into the Saudi economic diversification. Saudi Arabia’s government institutions represented 13.2 percent of the institutional investors, according to lead manager Samba Capital, as quoted by Bloomberg. Institutional investors collectively took 1 percent of Saudi Aramco in the IPO, while another 0.5 percent of the oil giant was sold to retail investors in Saudi Arabia. Less than a quarter, or 23 percent, of the institutional portion of Aramco’s IPO went to non-Saudi investors, the head of Investment Banking at National Commercial Bank, Wassim al-Khatib, told Al Arabiya news channel on Monday. Saudi Arabia has had to rely on domestic interest in its oil giant, and possibly on large institutional investors from its Persian Gulf friends, as foreign fund managers have not been too keen to invest in the world’s most profitable oil company. The Saudi Public Pension Agency was allocated shares which equal 11.5 percent of the institutional tranche of the IPO, al-Khatib told Al Arabiya. The Public Investment Fund (PIF), Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, will spend “a lot” of the US$25.6-billion proceeds from the IPO for local large-scale investments, which could otherwise be too steep for the private sector to handle on its own, Saudi Arabia’s Finance Minister Mohammed Al Jadaan told Bloomberg in an interview earlier this week. More at: https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/Saudi-Government-Spent-23B-On-Aramcos-IPO.html
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    Today, 06:21 PM
    Hitlery will take the nomination after a Brokered Convention. I want Trump to arrest and handcuff her on stage at the final debate.
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    Today, 06:19 PM
    I'm not sure they will get the votes in the House and the Senate is talking about summarily dismissing the case. The Demoncrats threw a Hail Mary and it resulted in a fumble that will end with Trump scoring a TD. I hope they lose the House and the Republicans get past 60 votes in the Senate in addition to Trump being re-elected. Somebody in The Deep State right now:
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    Today, 06:14 PM
    Democrats released their two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Tuesday, and they are a complete joke. Not only did the Democrats back away from charging Trump with bribery, obstruction of justice in the Mueller investigation, campaign finance violations, treason, or any of the other wild claims they floated, but the two articles themselves are fraudulent, based on blatantly false claims of law and fact. Line by line, here they are: ARTICLE I: ABUSE OF POWER The Constitution provides that the House of Representatives shall have the sole Power of Impeachment and that the President “shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” In his conduct of the office of President of the United States — and in violation of his constitutional oath faithfully to execute the office of President of the United States and, to the best of his ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States, and in violation of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed — Donald J. Trump has abused the powers of the Presidency, in that: Using the powers of his high office, President Trump Solicited the interference of a foreign government, Ukraine, in the 2020 United States Presidential election. This is false. Trump never discussed the 2020 election with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, nor did he ask them to interfere in our politics. That is simply Democrats’ spin, based on the complaint of the so-called “whistleblower,” which was disproved by the release of the actual transcript of Trump’s conversation with Zelensky. Trump asked Ukraine to look into its widely-reported interference in the 2016 election, and to look into the circumstances in which then-Vice President Joe Biden demanded, on pain of losing $1 billion in loan guarantees, that Ukraine fire a prosecutor who had jurisdiction over a dormant investigation of a corrupt Ukrainian company, Burisma, on which Biden’s son, Hunter, served as a well-compensated board member. Democrats demanded Ukraine cooperate with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Trump’s supposed “collusion” with Russia in 2018. By their own new definition, that would qualify as pressuring Ukraine to interfere in U.S. politics. He did so through a scheme or course of conduct that included soliciting the Government of Ukraine to publicly announce investigations that would benefit his reelection, harm the election prospects of a political opponent, and influence the 2020 United States Presidential election to his advantage. Trump asked Zelensky to work with the U.S. Attorney General, which suggests he actually wanted real investigations. Democrats claim Trump only wanted an “announcement” of investigations. Their only evidence is the testimony of Gordon Sondland, who testified that Trump told him that he wanted “nothing” from Ukraine, and who admitted that most of what he believed about “investigations” was the result of his own personal presumptions. President Trump also sought to pressure the Government of Ukraine to take these steps
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    Today, 06:12 PM
    Democrats released their two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Tuesday, and they are a complete joke. Not only did the Democrats back away from charging Trump with bribery, obstruction of justice in the Mueller investigation, campaign finance violations, treason, or any of the other wild claims they floated, but the two articles themselves are fraudulent, based on blatantly false claims of law and fact. Line by line, here they are: ARTICLE I: ABUSE OF POWER The Constitution provides that the House of Representatives shall have the sole Power of Impeachment and that the President “shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” In his conduct of the office of President of the United States — and in violation of his constitutional oath faithfully to execute the office of President of the United States and, to the best of his ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States, and in violation of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed — Donald J. Trump has abused the powers of the Presidency, in that: Using the powers of his high office, President Trump Solicited the interference of a foreign government, Ukraine, in the 2020 United States Presidential election. This is false. Trump never discussed the 2020 election with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, nor did he ask them to interfere in our politics. That is simply Democrats’ spin, based on the complaint of the so-called “whistleblower,” which was disproved by the release of the actual transcript of Trump’s conversation with Zelensky. Trump asked Ukraine to look into its widely-reported interference in the 2016 election, and to look into the circumstances in which then-Vice President Joe Biden demanded, on pain of losing $1 billion in loan guarantees, that Ukraine fire a prosecutor who had jurisdiction over a dormant investigation of a corrupt Ukrainian company, Burisma, on which Biden’s son, Hunter, served as a well-compensated board member. Democrats demanded Ukraine cooperate with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Trump’s supposed “collusion” with Russia in 2018. By their own new definition, that would qualify as pressuring Ukraine to interfere in U.S. politics. He did so through a scheme or course of conduct that included soliciting the Government of Ukraine to publicly announce investigations that would benefit his reelection, harm the election prospects of a political opponent, and influence the 2020 United States Presidential election to his advantage. Trump asked Zelensky to work with the U.S. Attorney General, which suggests he actually wanted real investigations. Democrats claim Trump only wanted an “announcement” of investigations. Their only evidence is the testimony of Gordon Sondland, who testified that Trump told him that he wanted “nothing” from Ukraine, and who admitted that most of what he believed about “investigations” was the result of his own personal presumptions. President Trump also sought to pressure the Government of Ukraine to take these steps
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    Today, 06:02 PM
    Gov. Ralph Northam (D) announced Monday his “assault weapons” ban will mean AR-15 owners can either register their guns with the government or hand them over. The Virginia Mercury reported Northam spokeswoman Alena Yarmosky used a statement to say, “The governor’s assault weapons ban will include a grandfather clause for individuals who already own assault weapons, with the requirement they register their weapons before the end of a designated grace period.” Yarmosky made clear details on other gun controls will be made known before the start of the 2020 session in which Democrats take charge. More at: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/12/10/gov-ralph-northam-register-your-ar-15-with-government-or-hand-it-over/ Registration is preparation for confiscation every single time.
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    Today, 05:59 PM
    And it wouldn't be impeachable anyway. Investigating corruption is not an impeachable offense.
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    Today, 05:56 PM
    They have had no serious competition for so long that they no longer have any qualified candidates.
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    Today, 05:22 PM
    And everyone but you can just suffer under brutal tyranny. Now we know why anarchists tend not to get much traction.
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    Today, 05:09 PM
    Pedophile publicist wrapped up in the inquest following the Jimmy Saville exposure is found to have died from a heart attack in his prison cell due to freezing conditions, as a result of the lack of hot water and heat for his cell from a boiler that was left broken.
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    Today, 05:06 PM
    All Demoncrats should have to recuse because it is an election year, that's only fair considering that they claim Trump can't investigate Biden's crimes because Biden is running for office.
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    Today, 05:05 PM
    You are probably right about Orig, he has been reasonable about Trump in the past and doesn't seem to be infected with TDS. But I guarantee that a number of people here will scream that Trump is a dictator putting his political opponents in jail.
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    Today, 05:03 PM
    Nadler failed to swear in witnesses at Judiciary Impeachment hearings.
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    Today, 05:02 PM
    It's also annoying when they focus on a minimal good like Trump and demand that we support a great evil like the deepstate because Trump is imperfect. Such people are either deepstate shills or deliberately trying to bring about total tyranny and total collapse in the foolish belief that something better than what we have or what we can progress towards would appear out of the ashes, but that is ridiculously unlikely, we would most probably either be stuck with the tyranny and never have the total collapse or see something worse than we have emerge when all was said and done.
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    Today, 04:52 PM
    It's the philosophy of "all or nothing", the goal seems to be to get some people to get nothing because they won't take something and can't get it all. Whether any individual is one of those who is duped or one of those doing the duping can be hard to tell.
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    Today, 04:32 PM
    It's hard to investigate criminals without being seen with them. You want us to back the deepstate and the communists as the best available way to bring down Trump, the proper point of view is that Trump is the best available option to bring down the deepstate.
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    Today, 04:29 PM
    Any stick will do to beat a dog, right? And Trump is the designated dog to be beaten, the MSM says so. It couldn't be that Trump is the best available rock to use to crush the slug of the deepstate, right?
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    Today, 04:25 PM
    The clouds wept.
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    Today, 04:22 PM
    under
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    Today, 04:02 PM
    You should support Brennan. At least that is what some posters would have us believe.
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    Today, 04:01 PM
    South Africa’s state power company intensified rolling blackouts to a record, signaling a deepening crisis at the debt-ridden utility and raising the risk of a second recession in as many years. Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. said on Monday it will move to Stage 6 load-shedding from 6 p.m. local time, meaning it will cut 6,000 megawatts from the national grid, after a technical problem at the giant new Medupi Power Station curbed supply. That’s the biggest cut yet. The utility downgraded the status to Stage 4 as of 10 p.m. The utility is curbing power for a fifth straight day as it struggles with breakdowns at plants and heavy rains that have soaked coal used as fuel. The blackouts have a debilitating effect on the economy by curtailing mining and factory output and causing crippling traffic delays. “It does mean that the economy is heading for a recession,” Iraj Abedian, chief executive officer of Pan-African Investments and Research Services, said by phone from Johannesburg. “There’s no way that hot on the heels of the previous quarter’s negative growth in GDP with this type of humongous and material disruption to the continuity of business that the economy can register positive growth.” South Africa’s statistics office announced last week that gross domestic product shrank an annualized 0.6% in the three months through September. Power cuts also dented the economy in the first quarter, when it contracted the most in a decade, led by a drop in manufacturing, mining and agriculture output Eskom’s announcement marked the end of a torrid day on Twitter for South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. His weekly letter to the nation highlighting how Medupi is a fitting symbol of the importance of state-owned companies was derided on the social-media site. At 10 p.m. local time he issued a statement commiserating with his countrymen. “The ongoing load-shedding is devastating for the country. It is causing our economy great harm and disrupting the lives of citizens,” he said. “The anger and frustration that this load-shedding has caused is understandable.” Municipalities were also caught off guard, with Johannesburg electricity distributor City Power saying it has no load-shedding schedule for Stage 6.
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    Today, 03:57 PM
    Sen. Rand Paul suspects someone revoked President Trump's order to have former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance revoked. The president announced in August that Brennan's security clearance was being stripped due to "erratic behavior" that disqualified him from having access to sensitive information. But the White House never followed through with the complicated bureaucratic process of revocation, a source told the New York Times in a report published last month. Asked to comment about it in an interview on CNN, Paul said the "deep state," in which federal or military officials defy a democratically elected government, was likely to blame. "Now the deep state is actually protecting their own and not listening to the president's orders," the Kentucky Republican said on Tuesday. "I was sitting in the White House when President Trump said I want his security clearance taken, and I saw the order given. I saw the chief of staff was there, not the current chief of staff, the previous chief of staff." "People talk about the deep state, now the deep state's actually protecting their own," says Sen. @RandPaul on ex-CIA Dir. John Brennan keeping his security clearance. "I was sitting in the White House when President Trump said I want his security clearance taken." pic.twitter.com/YcKRG26L1c — CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) June 4, 2019
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    Today, 03:50 PM
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    Today, 03:49 PM
    TDS has no cure and is progressive. And some people may never have been in favor of the rule of law, the Constitution or even liberty, they may have always been here as agents of the deepstate. The beautiful thing about Trump is that he is making the cabal expose all of its agents by making them defend tyranny openly as a "good" thing.
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    Today, 03:26 PM
    You are the greedy one who wants what other people have created and earned and you will destroy everything you covet trying to take it.
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    Today, 03:24 PM
    The paper tiger rules the concrete jungle.
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    Today, 03:23 PM
    After the animals unwrap their gifts.
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